Welcome to Think Tank Thursday #6

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…and Happy Thanksgiving!!  I have so very much to be thankful for and am looking forward to spending the day with my precious family.  I hope you get to spend the day with those you love!!  If you have a few minutes and would like to link up, the Think Tank is open and we would love to have you.

If you’re new here, my Sister and I work together at the Think Tank, so anything you link up here will show up over at her blog as well.

Once again, we are both featuring some of your creativity, so here are a few of my favorites from last week’s party.

Let’s Make a Gift Basket by My Crazy Beautiful Life

Quick and Easy Hand Lettering on Signs by Curb Alert

How Using Cash Makes Me a Better Couponer by Couponing & Cooking

Homemade Snowballs and a Christmas Lantern by Alderberry Hill

If you were featured, grab an “I Was Featured” button for your blog.


Now, grab a “Think Tank” button and lets get started!

Feel free to link up anything family friendly that you’ve made.

-Please no Etsy shops, giveaways or advertisements.

-A link back to one or both of our sites would be appreciated, either with a text link or blog button.

-We look forward to featuring a few favorites each week, and remember that by submitting a link you are allowing us authorization to feature your fabulous work.  We will always provide a photo and link back to the original post.

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  1. Thank you so much for the feature, I’m beyond thrilled & thanks for hosting too!!!

  2. Thanks so much for hosting!

  3. Hi Carrie! Thank you so much for the feature. It was a pleasant surprise. Thanks for hosting a great linky party! There are so many wonderful ideas.

  4. Happy Thanks Giving Carrie!! Thanks for hosting a party during such a busy time:)

  5. Thanks for hosting, Carrie! Have a wonderful weekend!

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